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Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. How can I increase the size of thumbnails when opening files? Ask Question. I don't mind showing fewer pictures — I just want a bigger thumbnail view. How can I change that?
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Wayne Tun Wayne Tun 1 1 6. There might have been a way to change this by clicking and holding the Icon View button the one with the four squares , but it doesn't work for me in OS X This answer applied to whatever version of OS X I was using in On my Yosemite OS, the correct command is: RockPaperLizard 3, 13 35 This doesn't work.
No need for terminal sorcery. PaulSlocum I'm not sure what you mean. The only references to file dialogs I see are in your comment and in slowernet's answer.
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The question is specifically about increasing the size of thumbnails, which this solution does. Hey Paul, I stand completely corrected. My apologies for the inaccurate answer. Not sure the protocol - should I delete this answer?
I'm not sure the protocol either, but I can see how it's easy to misinterpret the question, so I dunno -- maybe just leave it since someone might land here with the question that you answered? Paul Slocum Paul Slocum 2.
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In Cover Flow view you can have images much bigger depending on size of your window. It appeals to some people and not to others.
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